How to Settle Traffic and Parking Tickets Online
Make sure you have sufficient funds available on your debit or credit card.
Make sure you have a copy of the ticket - there will be information on it (for example, the citation number) that you'll need to input in order to make sure your payment is properly credited.
Find a website that permits you to pay fines for the state, county or city in which you were issued the citation. A major search engine like Google or Yahoo is a good place to start.
Enter all of your information carefully, especially your license plate number and citation number.
Record your confirmation number and keep it with a copy of your ticket.
Check online or with the issuer of the ticket to make sure your payment went through.
Watch where you're parking next time.
Tips and Warnings
Don't pay the ticket online if you plan to challenge it in court.
Make sure that the site you use offers a secure method of information transmission.
Some of the sites offer to track the status of your payment.
If you have specific questions about your citation or the parking regulations in the area in which you were ticketed, call the number listed on the citation or try the local Department of Transportation.
You can call the number on your citation to see if the staff knows of any online or pay-by-phone options.
Most sites will charge you a convenience fee for paying with your credit or debit card online.
Failure to pay the ticket can result in added fees or even an arrest warrant.
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